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Cornelia Hütter Wins the Women’s Downhill Final

Cornelia Hütter Wins the Women’s Downhill Final at the Ski World Cup

Cornelia Hütter (Austria) achieved a dramatic comeback win in the women’s downhill category at the Alpine World Cup in the 2023-2024 season of the International Ski Federation (FIS).

Hütter won the women’s downhill race at the 2023-2024 FIS Alpine World Cup held in Saalbach, Austria on the 24th (Korean time) with a time of 1 minute 45.08 seconds.

This match was held as the final match of this season’s Alpine World Cup.

Before this game, Hütter was ranked 4th in the season’s downhill category with 297 points. 카지노사이트위키

There was a 72-point gap with 1st place Lara Gut Behrami (Switzerland).

Since 100 points were awarded for 1st place and 80 points for 2nd place, Hütter had to take at least 2nd place and Gut Behrami had to be pushed out of 15th place to become this season’s downhill champion.

However, Hütter succeeded in a dramatic turnaround as Gut Bellamy took 17th place with a time of 1 minute 46.97 seconds.

Sofia Goza (Italy), who was in second place before this game, did not participate in this tournament due to an injury, and Stephanie Venier (Austria), who was in third place, added 45 ranking points to fifth place, but ended up with only 346 points.

Born in 1992, Hütter became a division champion in a World Cup season for the first time in his life.

Gutt Bellamy swept the all-around, super-G, and giant slalom this season, and was aiming for four gold medals, including the downhill, but was satisfied with three gold medals.

If he had placed in the top 9 that day, he could have won his 4th crown of the season.

So far, only three athletes have won four categories in one season in the Women’s Alpine Ski World Cup: Lindsey Vonn (USA), Tina Maze (Slovenia), and Mikayla Shiffrin (USA).

Shiffrin won the slalom division this season.

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